Algeti National Park is in historic Kvemo Kartli, in Eastern Georgia. It is situated in the valley of the Algeti River and covers the southern slopes of the eastern part of the Trialeti Range, at an altitude of 1100-1950 meters above sea level. The national park is distinguished by its landscape and biological diversity. There are five eco-tourism routes in the area nowadays. Horse riding and hiking are very popular. Along with the visiting of the Algeti River valley and the mixed forested mountains guests can also visit the natural monuments of Dashbashi, Birtvisi and Samshvilde canyons, as well as the Kldekari fortress.